Smartline Mortgage Broker, Michael Karp, runs a successful business he’s proud of. Find out how you can too. Working for someone else can give you a certain security and sense of comfort. But the hours are not yours. And sometimes you find your freedom is compromised. This is why going into business has so much […]Read More
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It’s a dynamic time for property in Australia. Last year, the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA’s) restrictions on investor lending took affect, giving owner-occupiers more opportunity to get a foot on the property ladder. Meanwhile, lenders are tightening the reigns on loan applications, in response to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation […]Read More
Ever felt hemmed in by your job? Hours dictated by someone else? Stressed and overrun by work? This is how Stuart Sutherland felt for years, before signing up with Smartline. “Stuart had been under pressure for some time at the bank, so seeing the change in him when he’d had the conversation about changing the […]Read More
Being passionate about finance doesn’t mean you are locked into working for someone else your whole life. A Smartline franchise gives you personal freedom, so you can work around your family’s needs. You get job satisfaction and the opportunity do what you love, on your own terms. Sash Petrovski has always worked in banking and […]Read More
There is no stock standard approach when it comes to franchise models and Smartline’s vision is a little different to many other franchises. The Smartline Group focuses on people – that is, both its franchisees and clients. It provides high level support and opportunities for each franchisee, which not only leads to great business outcomes […]Read More
The mortgage brokering industry has been in the media spotlight recently with a certain consumer watchdog group suggesting that our business is not always working in the best interests of the customer. However, a recent review by finance industry watchdog, Australia Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) on mortgage broker remuneration described the role that brokers […]Read More